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president obama said for the first time a dictator should step down now. >> a unanimous vote by the council sent a strong message to libya's leader. >> when atrocities are committed against innocents, the international community must speak with one voice. and today it has. >> after a series of emergency meetings saturday all of the council's 15 members voted for stiff sanctions against gaddafi. this follows two weeks of escalating violence. >> the international community will not tolerate violence of any sort against the libyan people. >> the council also agreed 15-0 to refer the crackdown on protesters to an international criminal court to investigate possible crimes against humanity. >> the actions by the u.n. come hours of the the white house issued a statement from president obama. he said "when a leader's only means of staying in power is to use mass violence against his own people he has lost the legitimacy to rule and needs to do what is right for his country by leaving now." after stern words from the u.s. and international community, the world waits to see how gaddafi responds. >>
now heads to the democrat-controlled senate. the obama administration said it would veto any measure containing all the health cuts. >> the battle over republican- sponsored health care continues. 11 news reporter brian mooar has the story. >> sub freezing temperatures and a few heated exchanges. >> i think they expected some backlash but i don't think anything like this. >> protesters are now being met by teaparty counterprotesters. they support the new republican governor, scott walker, and his efforts to cutback. >> in washington, the republican-controlled house of representatives just ran through $60 billion in budget cuts, and tems couldn't do -- democrats couldn't do much more than complain. state democrats have a trump card, a loophole that prevents a vote after several lawmakers fled the state. >> the government should not be shut down because one bill is too controversial. >> democrats are threatening to stay in hiding unless the governor meets them at the bargaining table. >> if you noticed you are digging into your pocket to fill your tank, unrest in the middle east is par
at this gathering. >> this is the obama index. it is that a record high. >> there were also underdogs. >> our agenda is america's agenda. >> donald trump was there. sarah palin was not. the hardest shots were reserved for president obama. >> i am worried that not only do we face a crisis today, we do not have a leadership in the white house to deal with that. >> this year the tea party is demanding to be heard. >> if the republicans go to mid, this movement, this revolution is going to overrun us. >> these conservatives share a common goal. >> winning the white house in 2012. >> there is no clear road map. >> i have not heard a plan yet. >> conservatives, giving us a preview of 2012. >> 35 degrees here on tv hill. still time to send us your questions for the howard county health director. >> bwi travelers could see a big change to the air terminal. >> as we go through the last couple of weeks, we have a touch couple of weeks, we have a touch of spring >> is 11 minutes after 9:00. 36 at the airport. very little precipitation. a light, southwest wind at 3 miles per hour. it looks murky. i expect the c
for the second year in a row. >> congressman ron paul! >> finishing second, mit romney. >> this is the obama misery index. it is at a record high. >> they also heard from underdogs who may or may not step into the ring. >> our agenda is america's agenda. >> while donald trump was there, sarah palin wasn't. >> i have never had a book signing. >> the hardest shots were reserved for president obama. >> i am worried not only do we face a crisis today, we don't have a leadership in the white house that can deal with it. >> this year the tea party is demanding to be heard. >> if we republicans go a little timied, if we don't do what we were set here to do, this movement, this revolution, is going to overrun us. >> these conservatives share a common goal. >> oh, yeah, baby, winning the white house in 2012. >> but there is no clear roadmap. >> what i haven't heard yet is our plan. >> for conservatives and those who want to lead them, a brave new 20123. -- a brave new 2012. >> later on 11 news, we'll discuss health care reform. if you have a question about health care send it to sundayquestions@www.w
in the final months of the fiscal year 2011. the measure has to the democratic-controlled senate and the obama administration has said it will veto any measure containing the house cuts. >> the battle over the budget repair bill in wisconsin is backed by the governor. it continues to draw fire from state workers, most of them would lose collective bargaining rights and contribute more to their health care and pension costs. >> sub-freezing temperatures and a few heated exchanges -- this was the seat in wisconsin's capital as thousands sounded off on a proposal to strip state workers of their union rights to solve a budget crisis. >> i think they expected backlash but i don't think anything like this. >> protesters are being met by tea party counter protesters. they support the new republican governor, scott walker and his efforts to cut back them up you cannot keep spending money you don't have. >> on this vote. >> the republican-controlled house of representatives in washington renter $60 billion in budget cuts. democrats could not too much more than complain. in wisconsin, state democrats ha
football is a serious day in our homes. >> president obama will also be throwing a super bowl party. the president has invited about a hundred people and the that theme seems to be one of neutrality. lawmakers and officials from both parties are invited to the white house get-together. >> time for our sunday morning quay. joining us is congressman john sarbanes. thanks for being here. >> my pleasure. >> let's talk a little bit first about cairo because that's what everyone is seeing the images are dramatic. the tension is palpable. president obama has called for mubarak to step down but wants it to be a gradual process. what do you think the u.s. government's role should be in all of this, if any? >> as you mentioned, it's a very fragile situation and it sort of develops day by day if not hour by hour. i think there's three things we're focusing on. one is we've got to move to something new. mubarak can't be part of the leadership over the long term any more. the second thing is to do it in a reasonably quick ilet timetable. just not let it drag out too long. the third and most impo
, and it really is. sunday football is a serious day in our home. >> president obama will be throwing a super bowl party. the president has invited about 100 people and the theme seems to be one of knew tralt. law makesers and officials from both parties are invited. >> and i guess fans from both teams. >> that's right. >> well, coming up, hold the salt. that's the new dietary guidelines releases. that next. >> and what could put people's health at risk. find out in "medical alert." >> plus a look at how the city >> in "medical alert" more concerns over salt. the usda updated guidelines for americans and recommended limiting daily salt intake to half a teaspoon a day. >> the most important thing we can do is get people the latest information on science and research so they can make the best choices for themselves and their families. >> this study adds to the longstanding knowledge that too much sodium increases your risk of high blood pressure and stroke. >> the older you get, your waistline may be to blame. a study in france links met policyic syndrome with cogtive problems. this increases the ri
that the student is expected to recover. l'express muammar gaddafi -- >> -- presidentafi > obama is stepping up the pressure on him. for the first time the president is urging the libyan leader to leave power immediately. >> the impact but on the u.s. is on your pocketbook. oil has been taken off on the market. prices have been skyrocketing. check out the prices at this baltimore gas station. $3.49. the highest price found in the area. you can compare gas prices in your area by logging on to our website. click on consumer alert. >> the first and only african- american mayor of annapolis has died. chambers and died on friday. the 83-year-old served on the city council for 14 years and served as mayor for two months in 1981. appointed after the current mayor committed suicide. he led the fight to make dr. martin luther king jr. birthday a city and state holiday. civil rights leader rev. jesse jackson is in baltimore this weekend. he will preach at the douglass memorial church this morning. last night he joined jack young for a community meeting to strengthen communities and encourage citizens to
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